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Screen actors James Garner, center, and Steve McQueen talk things over with unidentified feminine Republic Photo by Forrest 5troop fan before start of Phoenix Winter Sprints at Phoenix International Raceway yesterday. More about More about McQueen P re n stars short rVitltimuwl ft*/vrw Dnrr/k 9C •**- Continued from Page 25 Greeting McQueen at the finish line was another well known Hollywood actor James Garner, who has racing aspirations of his own, including a possible future appearance at PIR. McQueen said he will race at Sebring and then LeMans in June. The actor had previously had five years' experience racing motorcycles. An estimated crowd of 3,000 saw runaways in most of the other sports car classifications. Jack Scoville's Datsun was an easy overall winner in the first race for D, E, F, G and H Production cars. Jeff Kline, Santa Monica, Calif., was overall winner in C and D Sedan and D Sports Racers (2nd race). . Harvey Staab ran away and hid from the field in the Formula Vee class but the real battle was for second with Gary Enoch nipping Dick Replogle by half a car length. .,RACE l-Overall 1. Jack Scoville, Datsun (D Production); F Production —Jerry Barker, Triumph MK II; E Production—Dwlght Mitchell, Porcho. RACE 2 —Overall 1. Jetf Kline, Alfa Romeo GTA—Jr (C Sedan); G. Production — Michael Walsh, Triumph; D Sports Racing — Charles Thompson, Dolphin; H Production — Fred Plotkin, Fiat. RACE 3 — 1. Harvey Staab, Zink Formula Vee, 2. Gary Enoch. RACE 4—1. Ron Dykes, Formula Ford, 2. Robert Lazier, 3. Bruce Pow- RACE 5 — Overall—1. Doug Brenner, Chevron Formula B; Formula c —Robert Ernst, Forsgrlni. ,MC_E <^Pverall-l.. Steve McQueen, Class B — -overall -" Herb capian, Asedan Player, School Don Baker, Tempe Dan White, Westwood Rob Babcock, Mar/vale Sam Johnson, Agua Frla Greg Wolf, East Player, School Charles Neal, Carl Hayder* pick Harris, Westwood Jim Irvine, West Rudy White, Phoenix Union Tom Bunser, Tempe Player, School Alton Everett, Phoenix Union Dennis Russell, Mesa Mike Wegener, East Fred LeSueur, West Scott Lloyd, Scottsdale The first five averages 175 pounds and slightly more than 6-1 in height. But do not let size sway you. As one Valley coach put it: "I'd put this bunch up against any team in the state, regardless of their size." Leading the second unit is Carl Hayden's nifty guard, Charles Neal. He is joined by Westwood's Dick Harris at the other guard, Jim Irvine of West and the sensational Rudy White of Phoenix Union at forwards, and Tempe's classy center, Tom Hunger. Another of Phoenix Union's Ramos puts title on line Associated Press Mando Ramos, the 21- year-old belter from Long Beach, Calif., will make the second defense of his world lightweight title tomorrow night in a scheduled 15-round fight against Ismael Laguna, the former champion from Panama. Ramos and the 26-year-old Continued from Page 25 WO ALL VALLEY BASKETBALL TEAM First Team Pos. Hgt. G 5-10 G F Second Team Pos. G G F Third Team Pos. G G F C 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-3 Hgt. 6-1 5-10 6-4 5-11 6-4 Hgt. 5-7 A-2 6-1 A-4 6-9 Wgt. 160 165 160 200 190 Wgt. 160 180 180 165 180 Wgt. 155 165 172 185 195 Class Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Class Jr. Jr. Sr. Class Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. sharp juniors, 5-7 Alton Everett leads the third team with Mesa's Dennis Russell joining him at the other outside position. The two forwards are West's Fred LeSueur and East's Mike Wegener. The center is towering (6-9) Scott Lloyd of Scottsdale. The first team is all seniors, while the s e c o n d and third units are evenly divided between juniors and seniors. Johnson was the only small school p 1 a y e r to crack the AAA domination in the balloting. Dutch pair finish 1-2 in skating MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP)- Attje Kuelen - Deelstra and Stien Kaiser finished one-two in the 1970 ladies world speed ice skating championship yesterday giving The Netherlands nine of the 15 medals awarded in the two-day tournament. In the final 3,000-meler event, Hans Schut of The Netherlands, the world record-holder at that distance, sped to a 4:56.2 clocking for the gold medal, with Miss Kaiser second. Ludtnila Titova of the So- vit Union, the leader going into the final event, fell on the third lap of the 3,000 and finished 13th in the overall standings. Title repeat for Seton Seton High, defending Arizona Independent School Athletic Conference state basketball champion, again captured the state title, defeating Judson, 62-41, last night at Seton Gymnasium. Pat Althoss, chosen the tournament's Most Valuable Player, scored 16 points for the champs while teammates Doug Koppinger and Paul Martinez each netted 12. All-State Independent A-State hosts Cal Poly nine TEMPE — Arizona State's Sun Devils will send right- hander Bill Monette to the mound today against Cal Poly as the Sun Devils attempt to get back on the winning track after splitting their doubleheader with San Diego State Saturday. Game time is 3 p.m. at Sun Devil Field. ASU, behind Jim Crawford's 12 strikeouts, downed the Aztecs, 5-2, in the afternoon contest — but were beaten at Municipal Stadium Saturday night, 4-1. Monette saw action in the Devils' opening loss to SDSU, pitching the ninth innings and

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  2. 02 Mar 1970, Mon,
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